are you there?
meet 1/2 way.
I want to fight again to get my kids back, but I just think I will lose again. I feel like the legal system is making it so hard to raise my kids, and leaving them vulnerable to life
correct, but she was in violation the first decree also when she took the kids out of state.
what is a material change?
So, If I wanted to get her back into the state the divorce was finalized in, what should I do? The second time it didn't work for me, because she got to stay in North Carolina. I want to be able to be part of my childrens lives.
It seems like the legal system is supporting a isolation of the father figure from the child (btw, no abuse or any issues on either side)
this is the same circle that I tried when she left the first time. why do the courts seem to favor in the mothers case? Any other tips to get it swayed in my favor?
So, I reviewed the documents and they state she only has to meet me for the holidays. With that being said, are there any violations since I gave her the gas money to visit and she did not show?
Ahhh-- that sounds like a start. Do you think I could ask her to pay for the legal costs for the motion and court fees?
would that help to document for future modifications?
yeah more concerned with documenting the behavior and establishing a pattern
thanks, XXXXX XXXXX been a good help. I know where to start now.
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